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Defects in Semiconductors 2024

Current technology heavily relies on our ability to detect, control, and understand defects in semiconductors. Whether beneficial or detrimental, defects play crucial roles in various semiconductor materials. Advances in synthesis, thin-film growth, microscopy, spectroscopy, and theory have led to new insights into how defects behave in these materials, improving performance in applications such as silicon chips, photovoltaics, light-emitting diodes, laser diodes, and quantum information. This Special Topic on Defects in Semiconductors provides a valuable forum where researchers can share their latest and most innovative findings related to the fundamentals of defects in semiconductors.

Guest Editors: John L. Lyons, Anderson Janotti, Darshana Wickramaratne, and Cyrus Dreyer

Kin Man Yu; M. A. Scarpulla; Chun Yuen Ho; O. D. Dubon; W. Walukiewicz
Jia Yi Chia; Nuatawan Thamrongsiripak; Sornwit Thongphanit; Noppadon Nuntawong
Andrew Venzie; Michael Stavola; W. Beall Fowler; Lynn A. Boatner
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